Thursday, March 27, 2008

After the elections

I give God the glory for my nomination as the Academics Committee Head of the Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Society (UP MBBS). Thinking of it--and the fact that I managed to scrape a lot of votes--overwhelms me.

From experience, the AcadCom is a tough committee to handle. This is the first time I'm doing this sort of thing in college, and I sometimes don't know what to expect. However, I've proposed a number of projects for the academic year, some of them rather ambitious, and I hope the committee approves of them.

But I trust that the Lord see me through this. My prayer is that I may be able to exemplify godly leadership. May I not be proud, may I always be quick to listen, be humble to accept reproof, be open to suggestions.

I'm thankful that I'm working with a strong team. Dianne Deauna is the elected president who has a grand vision for MBBS this year. I can't think of any person to occupy that position but her. Her enthusiasm and devotion for the org is infectious, and I wish I love the org as much as she does. I know that with her being at the helm, MBBS will go places.

Other elected officers are: Hazel Baconga (Vice President), Pat Tiburcio (Secretary), Kino Aquino (Treasurer), Arielle Sulit (Auditor), Wegs Pedroso (Head, Committee on Internal Affairs), Monchi Goce (Head, Alumni Committee), and Adrian Bejarin (Head, Projects Committee).

1 comment:

  1. Hi Lance,

    thanks for the comment on my blogpost. Taga Koronadal ka gali. Kanus-a ka mapuli?

    Molecular bio and biotech, wow, that's hebigat! :)

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